|Park Name||Little Cataraqui Creek Conservation Area|
|Region||Kingston, Eastern Ontario|
|Location||Little Cataraqui Creek Conservation Area is located in Kingston just north of Highway 401 at Division Street.|
|Description||394 hectare (975 acre), includes field, forest, wetland and a large reservoir
suitable for canoeing. 14 km of trails, three picnic areas, a demonstration
sugar bush and an Outdoor Centre with education programs and meeting rooms.
In the winter, a large natural ice rink and skating trail is maintained on the resevoir. Cross-country skiing is permitted on 13 km of groomed cross-country ski trails. A 1 km trail is left ungroomed for snowshoers. Skis and snowshoes are available for rent at the Outdoor Centre.
|Length||14.0 km Time based on 4 km per hour, plus one hour for every 250m of elevation|
|Surfaces||soil, compacted, wood, boardwalk, grass or natural, gravel, asphalt|
|Trail Uses||cross country skiing - skating style, cross country skiing - traditional style, hiking, walking|
|Trail||garbage disposal, picnic table, pit toilet|
|Trailhead||bench, fire pit, garbage disposal, parking, picnic table, pit toilet, scenic outlook, telephone, trail access information, visitors' center, washroom, water|
|Fees/Permits||day pass 6.00 per car|
|Owner||Cataraqui Region Conservation Authority
P.O. Box 160
1641 Perth Rd.
For more trails information: Trailpac www.trailpaq.com